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Four New Species of Culex, Subgenus Mochthogenes from Southeast Asia (Diptera: Culicidae)

@inproceedings{Klein1969FourNS,
  title={Four New Species of Culex, Subgenus Mochthogenes from Southeast Asia (Diptera: Culicidae)},
  author={John M. Klein and S. Sirivanakarn},
  year={1969}
}
Abstract : Four new species of Culex (Mochthogenes) from Southeast Asia are described and illustrated: kiriensis from Cambodia and Thailand; otachati from Cambodia and Thailand; bokorensis from Cambodia; selai from Cambodia and Borneo. 
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